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Ideas of Hans Reichenbach, by Text

[German, 1891 - 1953, Born in Hamburg. Refugee, who taught in America. Putnam was a pupil. Died in Los Angeles.]

1938 On Probability and Induction
pp.36-7 p.10 Contextual values are acceptable in research, but not in its final evaluation [Reiss/Sprenger]
1956 The Direction of Time
p.138 A theory of causal relations yields an asymmetry which defines the direction of time [Salmon]
p.163 The direction of time is grounded in the direction of causation [Ladyman/Ross]
1965 The Theory of Relativity and A Priori Knowledge
p.49 p.191 Kant showed that our perceptions are partly constructed from our concepts